Articles Tagged with the word ‘change’
05 Jan 2007
Founded in 1981, Peace Child International recently celebrated its 25th anniversary at London's Nehru Centre
11 Sep 2006
After an uncomfortably warm journey through central London, on an unusually hot day for early July, climate change was already a subject on my mind and undoubtedly on those of the delegates attending the Student Summit on Climate Change at the Natural History Museum.
07 Sep 2006
Sam McCreesh, age 16, is a Graphic designer and the founder of Applegreen Designs.
06 Sep 2006
I heard all about the Climate Challenge competition on a friend's car radio, so I thought I would give it a go.
04 Sep 2006
Put together by the Cape Farewell project to accompany The Ship exhibition at The Natural History Museum, Burning Ice: Art & Climate Change is a stunning visual book which charts the experiences of artists who have voyaged to Svalbard with
01 Sep 2006
Burning Ice: Art & Climate Change is a stunning visual book which charts the experiences of artists who have voyaged to Svalbard with Cape Farewell to publicise Climate Change.
31 Aug 2006
What would it be like to eat locally for a year?
This was the question of Alisa Smith and James McKinnon, two green thinkers, who decided to eat only local food, in a year long experiment.
31 Aug 2006
"There is no bigger task for humanity than to avert climate change." Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone said "The world's largest cities can have a major impact Our aim is simple ñ to change the world."
14 Jun 2006
An update for those of you who have been following Ben and Jerry's Climate Change College (or for anyone who fancies finding out about it now....)
12 Jun 2006
On 3rd June a new exhibition, The Ship: The Art of Climate Change, will open at the Natural History Museum, London. The exhibition is the result of three scientific and artistic voyages to the Russian islands, collectively known as Svalbard.
07 Jun 2006
Ben Richards, a communications officer from Guildford, Surrey, and RuthCameron, President of the University Union of Students at EdinburghUniversity, from the Isle of Harris, write about about theirexperiences of the college so far and share their thoughts about theirforthcoming trip to Greenland.
06 Jun 2006
Kate Rawles, a university lecturer, environmentalist and passionate cyclist, is setting out to cycle along the North American Great Divide, publicising climate change and its adverse effects.
31 May 2006
The Be the Change movement takes its name from Gandhi's exhortation to Be the change you want to see in the World.' The conference attracts people who have decided to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem.
31 May 2006
As part of a bid to reduce carbon emissions, a biodiesel fillingstation has been built in St Davids, Wales ñ the UK's smallest city. Byjoining the city's Biodiesel Club, people in St Davids can power theircars with eco-friendly fuel, made from recycled vegetable cooking oil.
31 May 2006
Climate Change College students write about there experiences so far and share their thoughts about their recent trip to Greenland.
13 Mar 2006
Following the success of last year's festival, Ludlow 21 has announced the dates for 2006's Green Festival as Saturday May 20th- Sunday June 4th.
07 Mar 2006
In February 2006, Green Map System released their Powerful Green Map of New York, a city guide that focuses on energy conservation, renewables and climate change.